West Maui & Molokai
Doors Off Helicopter Tour
A Thrilling Doors Off Experience With Unobstructed Views
At first glance most of West Maui may seem pretty dry and arid, but hidden inside the valleys of the West Maui Mountains you will find a whole new world full of lush jungles and massive waterfalls. On this tour you will also get to see the island of Molokai which has some of the most striking coastal sea cliffs anywhere in Hawaii. Adding to the excitement of this tour is the fact that it is doors off, which means you and your party will feel the wind and enjoy unobstructed views.
See 2 islands in one day
Explore hidden valleys inside the West Maui Mountains
View thundering waterfalls & coastal cliffs
A doors off experience
Be sure to arrive at the Kahului Airport 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time to check-in, meet your pilot, and receive safety instructions. After taking off, this action-packed 45-minute flight will begin by heading into the misty valleys of the West Maui Mountains. Included amongst the dozens of waterfalls you will probably see is the Wall of Tears, a cliff face hidden deep in the West Maui Mountains, where 17 or more waterfalls can be seen tumbling down the cliff face at once.
After thoroughly exploring West Maui, your pilot will cross the Pailolo Channel and fly towards the beautiful island of Molokai. The massive sea cliffs found on Molokai’s coastline are some of the biggest in Hawaii, and from the cabin of your helicopter, you will be able to enjoy them in all their glory. Afterward, your pilot will cross the Pailolo Channel once more while headed back to the Kahului Airport.
45-Minute Doors-Off West Maui Molokai Helicopter From Kahului
|GuestsAges 10 years and older||$408.00|
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The Wall of Tears is a group of 17 or more waterfalls that have formed over hundreds of years at the head of Waihee Valley. The actual number of falls is unknown as some are hidden from view. Those that have been lucky enough to see the Wall of Tears are always blown away by its size and beauty.
The island of Molokai is the fifth largest island in Hawaii, but despite it’s small size it has some incredible natural scenery. Along its coast it has some of the highest sea cliffs in the world as well as the longest continuous fringe reef. Be prepared to catch amazing aerial views of the Friendly Isle.